Are you tired of receiving scam emails, texts, or phone calls? 


Do you want to put a stop to these fraudulent activities that are affecting our community? 


If yes, then you're in the right place!


The team at Digital IQ believes that the best way to combat scams is by working together as a community. 


That's why we invite you to share any examples of scams you may have received. By doing so, you will not only help us to identify and track these scams, but you will also be helping your fellow community members to avoid falling victim to them.


One of our aims is to support the development of safe and secure online communities for everyone. 


We aim to support and participate within an ecosystem of support that ensures that our ‘at risk’ community members are equipped with the knowledge and skills they need to protect themselves from these scams.


This is where you come in! 


Feel free to contact us via phone, email, or directly online, and tell the team about the Scam attempts you may receive. You can upload images, pictures of the Scam messages you may have received, using the File Upload section below.


Your contribution will help us develop locally attuned training and support strategies, which will be available to our Network Partners we connect with, including Mens Shed, Historical Societies, Community Clubs, etc. 



Feel free to call or email if you or your community group require face-to-face guidance, support, or training in managing Scams. We are more than happy to assist.

Safety Support

In today's interconnected world, online safety and security have become more critical than ever before. With cyber threats increasing every day, it is essential to take proactive measures to protect your online presence.


we understand the importance of online safety and security, and that's why we have a team of experienced and police checked advisors who are ready to assist you with all your security needs. Our team of experts has the knowledge and expertise to help you stay safe online, whether you're browsing the web, conducting business transactions, or interacting with others on social media.


Our credentials are also readily available, giving you additional certainty that you're working with a trusted and reliable team of security experts.


Improve your confidence with staying safe online with our team of security experts. Our advisors work with a network of specialists to provide confidential support and secure trusted training. Trust our trusted and reliable credentials for online safety and security.


For support and training regarding safety and security call


02 5781 4667


or email


Websites to help

Additionally, below are some vital government-provided websites and contact numbers. 


Scamwatch: Run by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), Scamwatch provides information to consumers and small businesses about recognizing, avoiding, and reporting scams. You can write a scam to Scamwatch by visiting their website at or by calling 1300 795 995.


Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC): The ACSC is the Australian Government's lead agency on national cybersecurity. You can report cyber security incidents, including scams, to the ACSC by visiting their website at or by calling 1300 CYBER1 (1300 292 371).


Australian Federal Police (AFP): The AFP investigates various crimes, including cybercrime and fraud. You can report a scam to the AFP by visiting your local police station or calling 131 444.


Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC): Australia's corporate, markets, and financial services regulator. You can report a scam to ASIC by visiting their website at or by calling 1300 300 630.


Additional online training resources are available via :


Stay Smart Online: Stay Smart Online ( is the Australian Government's online safety and security website. The site has a range of resources to help individuals and small businesses protect themselves online, including information on identifying and avoiding scams.


Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC): ASIC's MoneySmart website ( provides various resources and tools to help individuals make informed financial decisions. The site has information on identifying and avoiding scams and resources on budgeting, investing and managing debt.


Be Connected : an Australian Government initiative designed to help older Australians increase their digital skills and confidence. The program provides a range of training resources online, including information on how to avoid scams. This course provides online training to assist identify and avoid scams